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XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
email twitter
Travelled to:
1 × Canada
1 × China
1 × France
1 × Georgia
1 × Italy
1 × South Korea
5 × USA
Collaborated with:
K.Karahalios C.Grevet T.Mitra L.G.Terveen C.J.Hutto S.Bakhshi S.Chang D.A.Shamma S.Yardi C.Sandvig B.K.AlShebli H.Hong G.D.Abowd R.I.Arriaga D.Choi D.Kumar V.Kumar R.C.Miller H.Zhang E.Gerber C.A.Masden R.E.Grinter W.K.Edwards
Talks about:
social (11) media (4) that (4) predict (3) pinterest (2) strength (2) question (2) prototyp (2) overload (2) product (2)

Person: Eric Gilbert

DBLP DBLP: Gilbert:Eric

Contributed to:

CHI 20152015
CHI 20142014
CSCW 20142014
CHI 20132013
CSCW 20132013
CHI 20122012
CSCW 20122012
CSCW 20102010
CHI 20092009
CHI 20082008
HCI/OCSC 20072007

Wrote 22 papers:

CHI-2015-Gilbert #abstraction
Open Book: A Socially-inspired Cloaking Technique that Uses Lexical Abstraction to Transform Messages (EG), pp. 477–486.
CHI-2015-GrevetG #prototype #scalability #social #using
Piggyback Prototyping: Using Existing, Large-Scale Social Computing Systems to Prototype New Ones (CG, EG), pp. 4047–4056.
CHI-2015-HongGAA #crowdsourcing
In-group Questions and Out-group Answers: Crowdsourcing Daily Living Advice for Individuals with Autism (HH, EG, GDA, RIA), pp. 777–786.
CHI-2015-MitraHG #quality
Comparing Person- and Process-centric Strategies for Obtaining Quality Data on Amazon Mechanical Turk (TM, CJH, EG), pp. 1345–1354.
Faces engage us: photos with faces attract more likes and comments on Instagram (SB, DAS, EG), pp. 965–974.
CHI-2014-Gilbert #performance #social #what
What if we ask a different question?: social inferences create product ratings faster (EG), pp. 2759–2762.
CHI-2014-GrevetCKG #email
Overload is overloaded: email in the age of Gmail (CG, DC, DK, EG), pp. 793–802.
CHI-2014-MasdenGGGE #community #multi #social #social media
Tensions in scaling-up community social media: a multi-neighborhood study of nextdoor (CAM, CG, REG, EG, WKE), pp. 3239–3248.
CSCW-2014-ChangKGT #gender #social
Specialization, homophily, and gender in a social curation site: findings from pinterest (SC, VK, EG, LGT), pp. 674–686.
CSCW-2014-GrevetTG #difference #social #social media
Managing political differences in social media (CG, LGT, EG), pp. 1400–1408.
CSCW-2014-MillerZGG #collaboration #learning #people #research
Pair research: matching people for collaboration, learning, and productivity (RCM, HZ, EG, EG), pp. 1043–1048.
CSCW-2014-MitraG #people #predict
The language that gets people to give: phrases that predict success on kickstarter (TM, EG), pp. 49–61.
CHI-2013-GilbertBCT #overview #statistics
“I need to try this”?: a statistical overview of pinterest (EG, SB, SC, LGT), pp. 2427–2436.
CHI-2013-HuttoYG #predict #twitter
A longitudinal study of follow predictors on twitter (CJH, SY, EG), pp. 821–830.
Widespread underprovision on Reddit (EG), pp. 803–808.
CHI-2012-Gilbert #design #network #social
Designing social translucence over social networks (EG), pp. 2731–2740.
Phrases that signal workplace hierarchy (EG), pp. 1037–1046.
CSCW-2012-Gilbert12a #predict
Predicting tie strength in a new medium (EG), pp. 1047–1056.
CSCW-2010-GilbertK #comprehension
Understanding deja reviewers (EG, KK), pp. 225–228.
CHI-2009-GilbertK #predict #social #social media
Predicting tie strength with social media (EG, KK), pp. 211–220.
CHI-2008-GilbertKS #analysis #empirical #network #social #social media
The network in the garden: an empirical analysis of social media in rural life (EG, KK, CS), pp. 1603–1612.
OCSC-2007-AlShebliGK #social
The Social Implications of an Assisted Living Reminder System (BKA, EG, KK), pp. 239–249.

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